Monthly Archives: June 2014

Respect and the Elderly II

Now that I’ve dedicated a blog post to two types of negative stereotypes of senior citizens, I felt like I needed to somewhat balance that with singing the praises of a positive one. Namely, the Purple-Hatted Lady. She’s a gem. A … Continue reading

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Respect and the Elderly

First of all, before I launch into what may be perceived as a rant, I wish to make very clear that I do respect our senior citizens. With all the years they have on me, I’m convinced that most of … Continue reading

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PublicTransport PoeTry – #14

***** Leaf (Julia Winnacker) I don’t know, the leaf did think, where do I come from? Is all I’ve said and done just a mere dream? The howling wind, the chilling wind That has brought me here, brought me to … Continue reading

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Meet DB Stephens

I first met DB Stephens in an author group, where he spent an inordinate amount of time trying to pit his American wits against sharp-tongued, British Jesamine James (by now, they’ve taken that little war a step higher and are … Continue reading

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Those poor, delicate souls…again

The last time I used this title for a blog post, it was to tell you how badly writers need your feedback in order to keep going. This is still valid, because what do writers do when they don’t keep … Continue reading

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PublicTransport PoeTry – #13

***** Going Public, or, Your First Day (Yvonne Marjot) ‘Just a bit further,’ your father says to me, as we near the gangway. ‘Up you go.’ I feel like a large cow being herded into the sale ring. I’m jostled … Continue reading

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